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13 Abdel Khalek Tharwat St.11599
Tel: +20225781151 / 201001114007
Niveen Fawzy: firstname.lastname@example.org
FLO ID: 3656
Fairtrade Products Organic Flowers and Plants: Flowers and Plants No Fresh Fruit / Veg: Green Beans Yes Fresh Fruit / Veg: Lemons Yes Fresh Fruit / Veg: Limes Yes Fruit Juice: Mandarin Yes Fresh Fruit / Veg: Oranges Yes Fresh Fruit / Veg: Soft Citrus Yes Fresh Fruit / Veg: Table Grapes Yes Organisation details Fairtrade certified since 2005 Type of organisation Hired Labour
Magrabi Agriculture is certified against the following standards: Global Gap; Tesco Nature Choice; Leaf Marque; BRC Global Standard; IFS; ISO 22000; MPS; OHSAS 18001 and BOPP for flowers.
For more information please visit: http://www.magrabi-agriculture.com/compliance.htm
For products certificated as organic (Bio Suisse, Demeter and Soil Association), please visit http://www.mafaorganic.com/compliance.htm
Fairtrade products are available on class 1&2. Our products are packed in BRC certified packhouses.
Valencia Oranges: week 8 to 21
Navel Oranges: week 49 to 9
Minneola Oranges: week 1 to 6
Limes: week 28 to 35
Lemons: week 49 to 6
White & Red Seedless Grapes: week 20 to 40
Flowers (carnations): week 44 to 22
Fairtrade premium funds are managed by the Joint Body which includes workers and management. Joint body projects are focused on workers health, education and transportation.
Safe transportation: 52 daily workers cars have been provided for safe transportation. The Joint Body has purchased 4 buses to provide daily transportation to workers from their homes to work.
A mini-hospital was built in 2007 to provide health care to all Magrabi Agriculture workers and their families as well as the people living in the Noubaria area. An ambulance was also purchased to aid Magrabi Agriculture workers as well as the people living in the Noubaria area.
Illiteracy classes are currently being increased. Attendees are Magrabi Agriculture workers as well as those living in the neighbouring villages in the Noubaria area. The number of graduates is about 200 workers to date and the program expects to graduate a further 350.
Premium funds have supported workers’ children by paying education tuition fees as well as encouraging workers to continue their education and complete their degrees by enrolling in the distance learning programs offered by Egyptian universities. There are 62 workers continuing their education this year through distance learning or through attending university.
An Eye Hospital has also been constructed which will provide eye examinations to all Magrabi agriculture workers, their families and the neighbouring area of Noubaria as well as providing simple eye operations.
Potential products include strawberries
Profile last updated 20/03/2013